Salary: $37,080 - $59,328 per year
Final Filing Date: Open until filled
Under the general supervision of the Forensic Imaging Supervisor, or designee, performs technical work of average to advanced difficulty in connection with digital imaging, video and photographic applications, and chemical processing of photographic paper. Work involves the processing, development, custody, and control of photographic evidence and equipment. Duties are accomplished with a degree of independence and at a level of responsibility where the member must exercise good judgment and individual initiative in the performance of assigned duties. A variety of clerical and equipment maintenance tasks are performed in connection with this position. Work is reviewed through observation and results obtained. Shift work is required.
A member in this job classification spends at least 65 percent of their time performing duties that involve the collection examination, documentation, collection, preservation, preparation or analysis of human tissues or fluids or physical evidence having potential biological, chemical or radiological hazard or contamination, or uses chemicals, processes, or materials that may have carcinogenic or health-damaging properties in the analysis of such evidence in accordance with F.S. 121.0515.
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Posted: November 5, 2018
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